So begins this humorous and imaginative picture book that introduces children to the idea that animals are uniquely created by a loving and wise God. Would a Worm Go on a Walk?, with its colorful, comical illustrations, is a fresh, fun way to teach young children that God created all things very good. He gave all the animals, and children, too, wonderful qualities and unique strengths. Children will giggle over the ridiculous scenarios presented, and they will come away with the knowledge that we all are loved and special. Ages 4-7.
I received this book from the author/publisher for the purpose of this review. All comments and opinions are entirely my own.
Would a Worm Go on a Walk? is a very well-written book that engages children and adults alike with the splendid pictures that bring to life the words that were carefully penned.
There are numerous questions asked about numerous animals that are sure to build the vocabulary of young children as well as give them something to laugh at.
The conclusion of the book is heart-warming and will build the confidence of a child by how it puts value on them in such a sweet way. It builds on the truth that everything on earth was created for a reason and they are all good, “even the odd”. There is even a memory verse included that backs up the truths presented in this book.
Would a Worm Go on a Walk? would be a great book for church nurseries, bedtime stories, or even as a gift to a new mother. I give is a full 5 out of 5 stars.
Rayleigh is a Freshman in college with a major in Accounting and long-term goal of being a CPA. She is an avid reader of all genres, and just as much of her time is spent writing as it is reading. She is the Associate Editor and Web Manager for PURSUE Magazine, in addition to posting her monthly articles on their blog. Rayleigh interns for Hartline Literary Agency where she advises authors in the best way to market their books. She is also a Social Media Manager for various businesses.
Her writing pseudonym is Rae Leigh and she is in the process of seeking publication for her Dystopian novella, Program MIRA.